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Fort Wayne, Indiana - March 31, 2005
The seminar will be held at:
for the Blind and Disabled Inc.
A limited amount of scholarships are available to parents/guardians of children with disabilities.
.6 CEU credit hours have been approved for this program.
CLE's are pending.
Lunch and refreshments are provided in your registration fee.
Questions? Call (260) 441-0551 or (800) 889-3443. Fax (260) 441-7760. E-mail email@example.com
Transportation - Fort Wayne is located within 500 miles of half the U.S. population. With a major interstate highway and an international airport, it is easy to get to Fort Wayne!
Dining in Fort Wayne - Whether you crave Coney dogs or choice steak, there is a restaurant to please your palate. Looking for a spicy plateful of Mexican or a savory Italian feast? Have a hankering for ribs, wings and beer? Want a romantic dinner with cool jazz and warm candlelight? Your table is waiting. After you tour some of the fine eateries listed below, you will know why Fort Wayne is known as the "City of Restaurants." More info.
Accommodations - range from modest to the lap of luxury, these lodgings will meet any needs. Want a more homey atmosphere? See what our bed & breakfasts have to offer. If you stick around for a while, an extended-stay facility will provide all the comforts of home. More info.
- Family Fun from A to Zoo. Amazing animals. Weird science.
Honest Abe. Cool cars. If you are looking for family fun, you'll find
it in Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne Children's Zoo is one of the nation's finest
places for kids to see the wild kingdom. Take a trip back in time to
learn about the 16th president at The Lincoln Museum, the world's largest
collection of Lincoln memorabilia. Learn about the natural world at
Science Central, Indiana's Playground for the Mind. See a Picasso at
the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Travel to the 1930s at the Auburn Cord
Duesenberg Museum. Fort Wayne is all about family fun. More
Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities
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information and support. The
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consultants, academic tutors, support groups, grassroots organizations,
advocates, attorneys and others who help parents get services for their